Category Archive: Free speech under siege

Jan 14

Canadian Law Enforcement demands Canadians report “anti-authority” opinions

By Dr. Roger Roots, Founder of Lysander Spooner University The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) are the Canadian equivalent of America’s FBI. Canadians seem to revere and idolize the RCMP. I took the attached photos of RCMP teddy bears and t-shirts for sale in the gift shop at the Prince of Wales Hotel just north …

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Jan 12

Finnish government orders Helsinki bank to suspend two financial analysts who criticized lockdowns

Natural News is reporting that “[t]wo financial analysts were suspended and forced to retract their truthful research report which questioned totalitarian lock downs, vaccine efficacy and vaccine mandates.” Their employer, Nordea Bank, suspended Chief Analyst Martin Enlund and Global Chief Strategist Andreas Steno Larsen, banishing them from their website. “When a Finnish government official (Mikko …

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Jan 07

Chinese government raids dozens of homes at midnight, busses hundreds to “quarantine camps”

The Sun is reporting that “CHINESE authorities reportedly raided dozens of homes in the middle of the night and forced people onto buses to quarantine camps under the world’s strictest lockdown.” The Chinese government claims it is controlling one of its worst outbreaks in a single city since the beginning. “The 13 million people living …

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Jan 02

Government-supporting media sources are struggling to maintain their “mass formation psychosis” in the wake of Dr. Malone interview

The phrase “mass formation psychosis” was widely searched for after the eminent Dr. Robert Malone was interviewed on the widely watched Joe Rogan podcast. Malone said that Twitter and other social media sites permanently deleted him due to “horizontal” collusion between all mainstream media and government information sources. Malone, the inventor of Mrna technology and …

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Jan 01

Hong Kong—once a beacon of freedom—is now a land of newsroom raids and arrests of journalists

Pro-government journalism may be the easiest professions in the world. Anti-government journalism is one of the most dangerous professions in the world. Last week in Hong Kong, police raided the headquarters of vocal website Stand News and arrested at least six, including current and former editors and board members. Charges include conspiracy to publish a …

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Dec 10

New Zealand government launches fund to pay for pro-government journalism

Every government seeks to reward pro-government journalists and to punish anti-government journalists. Pro-government journalism may be the safest and most-rewarding profession in the world; anti-government journalism may be the most dangerous profession in the world. Now the government of New Zealand is launching a fund to pay pro-government journalists. They say this is to combat …

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Dec 07

More evidence that social media censorship is driven by government

Zero Hedge reports that “Federal efforts to censor social media extend past discussions with companies like YouTube over broad guidelines about Covid-19 “misinformation.”” There is evidence that the FDA has specifically demanded suppression of individual posts. In an April 30, 2021 email, the Food and Drug Administration director of social media, Brad Kimberly, told a …

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Dec 07

Latvian government JAILS rival politician upon grounds of holding “unsafe” meeting!

“COVID-19” is the gift that keeps on giving for tyrants worldwide. Latvian police have arrested the country’s main opposition leader, Aldis Gobzems, on grounds that he had an “unannounced assembly” where COVID safety requirements weren’t met. Powermad Latvian officials recently enacted a law BANNING elected legislators from Parliament if they are “unvaccinated” with COVID-19 treatment …

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Nov 14

Turkish government monitors ‘candid camera’ type shows and arrests citizens who express anti-government views

Censorship of anti-government sentiments is growing worldwide. For years, Americans have been accustomed to “man on the street” or “candid camera”-type interviews where a humorist asks random citizens about their opinions. In Turkey, such shows are secretly monitored by government police. Citizens who express negative opinions about government are arrested afterward. One Turk expressed the …

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Aug 27

Global trend: anti-government protests are banned; pro-government protests are welcomed

The government of Berlin, Germany announced days ago that protests against government coronavirus decrees and commands are now banned. Protests IN FAVOR of such impositions, of course, are quite welcome. Theason? Public health (of course). “The interior minister, Andreas Geisel, said the ban was prompted by coronavirus skeptics “deliberately” breaking hygiene safety rules agreed with …

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